4. Papers Published in International Journals
The Islamic Economics Institute is keen on opening new channels of distinguished academic publishing. One of these channels is allocating a special issue of one of the international journals for research on Islamic financing. That can be a joint issue in cooperation with the IEI journal or a separate one. That new channel has contributed to spreading the Islamic financing principles among economics and financing experts and to opening doors to dialogue. That channel has also helped facilitate ways of publishing for the IEI researchers who can now have opportunities of publishing their papers in well-known academic journals.
Since 1434 H (2013), the IEI has managed to convince five academic journals to publish special issues on Islamic financing. Some IEI researchers (Dr. Walid Mansour and Prof. Munawar Iqbal) have cooperated with the editors of those five journals in handling those special issues.
Over the past two years, four special issues of different academic journals have been published on Islamic financing.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS
Special Issue on Islamic Finance; August 2015
- Amir Kia, Islamic Economics Rules and the Stock Market: Evidence from the United States.
- Sherif El-Halaby and Khaled Hussainey, The Determinants of Social Accountability Disclosure:Evidence from Islamic Banks around the World.
- Siham Omrana, Rajae Aboulaich, Ali Alami Idrissi; Modelling “Bai Al Arboun” As A Shariah Compliant Alternative to Call Option.
- Amine Ben Amar, Néjib Hachicha, and Ridha Saadallah, The Effectiveness of Monetary Policy Transmission Channels in the Presence of Islamic Banks: The Case of Saudi Arabia.
- Rim Ben Selma Mokni and Abdelghani Echchabi, Risk Management Practiced Tools in the MENA Region: A Comparative Study between Islamic and Conventional Banks.
Journal of Risk
Incisive Media UK, Special Issue on Islamic Finance
August 2015. (ISI, Impact factor: 0.4)
- Kenneth Baldwin, Asset Liability Management for Islamic Banks: A Model to Quantify theCapital Required to Absorb Refinancing Risk.
- Walid Mansour & Mohamed Ben Abdelhamid & Almas Heshmati, Recursive profit-and-loss sharing.
- Hylmun Izhar, APPLYING CORNISH-FISHER EXPANSION IN VALUE AT RISK ESTIMATION.
- Mondher bellalah and Zineb Chayeh, Advanced Risk Profile Analysis of Islamic EquityInvestment: Evidence from the American, Asian and European Market.
- Ali Kafou and Ahmed Chakir, Commodity risk hedging through risk sharing: reengineering Islamic forwards.
International Journal of Behavioural Accounting and Finance
Vol. 4, No. 3, 2014
- Luke N. Onuoha, Investment principles of the Bible: How Christian businesses cultivate wealth and attain relevance in the 21st century.
- Zainab Abdussalam, The influence of culture and religion on trust in the emerging financial market in Libya.
- Leila Gharbi, Khamoussi Halioui; Fair value and financial instability: comparative study between Islamic and conventional banks.
- Katarzyna Kubiszewska, Rafal Komorowski; The UK's banking system as financial hub for Islamic banking.
- Munawar Iqbal, Development of theory of Islamic economics: problems and proposals.
THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BANKING AND FINANCE
August 2013. Joint Issue
- Munawar Iqbal, ISLAMIC FINANCE: AN ATTRACTIVE NEW WAY OF FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION.
- Naeem Chowdhury, MUSHĀRAKAH AND MUDĀRABAH INSTRUMENTS: ASSESSING THEIR CHARACTERISTICS.
- Sarath Delpachitra, IS ISLAMIC BANKING CAPABLE OF MEETING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY?
- Meysam Safari, CONTRACTUAL STRUCTURES AND PAYOFF PATTERNS OF SUKŪK SECURITIES.
- Hamid A. H. Al-Wesabi and Nor Hayati Ahmad, CREDIT RISK OF ISLAMIC BANKS IN GCC COUNTRIES.